See BiblePlaces' Jewish Quarter, for a
related page of pictures, text and links.
The Cardo, General:
The Emperor Justinian
and Jerusalem (527-565 CE) (The New Jerusalem
Mosaic, Hebrew University) Focuses on the reign of the
sixth-century emperor who, among other large scale
projects, expanded and magnified the Cardo.
in Early Christian Times (Israel MFA) Highlights
various facets of life in Christian Jerusalem, including a glimpse into
the Cardo of this time, section by section. Features many
photographs and reconstruction drawings.
Jewish Sites in Jerusalem (Sacred Destinations)
Lists the Jewish sites in the city dominated by Christians and Muslims for
the past two millennia.
The Eternal City (Israel MFA) Spotlights
important archaeological sites around Jerusalem, including the
Cardo. Includes an enlargeable photo of
each site featured.
Cardo (3DIsrael) Virtual tour experience of
this historic route, includes a brief historical description
of the Street of the Pillars.
(Terragalleria) A basic directory of Jerusalem
pictures. Pictures include the city, its streets and religious sites.
The Medeba Map & the Cardo
- the Nea Church and the Cardo (Israel
MFA) Discusses the role of the Medeba Map
in recovering the Nea Church and the Cardo. Includes
a section highlighting the history and archaeological sites of
the Cardo. Copy of this page at Jewish
Jerusalem and the Madaba Map (Personal
Page) Reviews the Byzantine history of Jerusalem through a
glimpse at the Jerusalem medallion in the Medeba Map.
the Madaba Map (The New Jerusalem Mosaic, Hebrew
University) Glimpses Jerusalem through the eyes of the famous
Byzantine period map.
Menorah (The Temple Institute) Details the
biblical instructions and details of construction of the
menorah. Brings to light contemporary discussion on some of
the structural details.
Menorah (Restoration Foundation) Discusses
some of the issues relating to the structure of the original menorah
based on archaeological discoveries with conflicting images.
working on blueprints for Third Temple (Prophecy in the
News) A press release, celebrating the dedication of a
golden menorah created by the Jerusalem Temple Institute. The
menorah is considered by some to the be the first step toward the
building of the Third Temple.
Temple Menorah Unveiled In Jerusalem (Grant
Jerrey) A brief article reporting on the unveiling
of the Temple Institute's new menorah.